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Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Modifying Installation Scripts Using the Installation Expert (part 1)
In this section we’ll customize the settings for our SMS Installer–generated executable file using the Installation Expert. In this example we’ll also modify the script by editing the installation attributes to facilitate an “unattended” installation.
Sizing Considerations for mySAP Components (part 2) - Sizing mySAP Business Intelligence & Sizing mySAP SRM
Most BI sizings relate in some way to SAP’s Business Information Warehouse. Before specific CPU, RAM, and other hardware-specific metrics can be nailed down, it’s helpful to understand the primary architectures employed for BW systems.
Sizing Considerations for mySAP Components (part 1) - The SAP Exchange Infrastructure
The SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI) is an important new integration technology that can be used alone or in conjunction with the newest and future mySAP solutions.
Active Directory Domain Services 2008 : Transfer the Infrastructure Master Role
Each Active Directory Domain Services domain has a single domain controller that is responsible for updating an object’s SID and distinguished name in a cross-domain object reference. By default, this role is enabled on the first domain controller you add to a domain.
Active Directory Domain Services 2008 : Transfer the PDC Emulator Role
Each Active Directory Domain Services domain has a single domain controller that is configured as the PDC emulator. The PDC emulator is ultimately responsible for password changes, validating authentication failures, account lockouts, and synchronizing the time.
SAP Hardware, OS, and Database Sizing
Server sizing is focused on determining not only how many servers might be required to host a specific number of end users or batch processes, but also on how each server is configured in terms of processors, RAM, and local disks.
Preparing for the SAP Sizing Process
Through this initial pre-sizing conference call, before any real hardware sizing begins, you can accomplish a lot. First of all, you can help set the stage for your particular mySAP project by sharing your vision, your business drivers, and your timelines.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Systems Management Server Installer Tools & Creating Installation Scripts
If the setup routine for the application you’re repackaging requires a system restart, SMS Installer won’t automatically restart the repackaging process. You’ll need to restart SMS Installer and the repackaging process and then continue repackaging.
Installing Systems Management Server Installer
To use SMS Installer, you must first download the self-extracting executable file Smsimain.exe and then run it on an SMS 2003 primary site server.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Installing Integration Manager (part 2) - SQL Server maintenance jobs
To optimize Dynamics GP performance, it is recommended to set up a SQL Server Maintenance Plan to perform a number of maintenance and optimization tasks.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Installing Integration Manager (part 1) - SQL Server and database settings
A number of SQL Server settings may need to be checked or changed after installing Dynamics GP and creating companies. These include SQL Server settings and the individual database settings for the Dynamics GP databases.
Active Directory Domain Services 2008 : Transfer the RID Master Role
Each Active Directory Domain Services domain has a single domain controller that is authoritative for processing RID Pool requests from all DCs within a given domain.
Active Directory Domain Services 2008 : Transfer the Domain Naming Master Role
Each Active Directory Domain Services forest has a single domain controller that is authoritative for domain naming. This domain controller is called the domain naming master and is responsible for making changes to the forest-wide domain name space of the directory.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Modifying application version
Besides standard versioning, Dynamics AX allows adding additional versions for solution developers to control their releases. In this recipe, we will learn how to do that. We will modify standard application objects to incorporate our changes.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Modifying the User setup form
The User setup form allows users to customize their most often used forms to fit their needs. Users can hide or move form controls, change labels, and so on. The setup is available for any Dynamics AX form and can be opened from the right-click context menu by selecting the Setup option.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Adding a Go to the Main Table Form link
Normally, the Go to the Main Table Form feature is controlled by the relations between tables. If there are no relations or the form control is not bound to a table field, then this option is not available.
Designing and Optimizing Storage in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment (part 4)
SAN or NAS disks are generally much more expensive than the disks used in DAS. As such, you will generally utilize the SAN/NAS storage only where it makes a significant difference in performance.
Designing and Optimizing Storage in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment (part 3) - Adding in Fault Tolerance for External Storage Systems
RAID 5 is not recommended for any application that performs write transactions more than about 30% of the time. This is because each write transaction requires reading multiple disks and recalculating and writing of parity bits.
Designing and Optimizing Storage in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment (part 2) - Designing the Right Data Storage Structure for Exchange Server 2007
When considering SAN or NAS for Exchange 2007, it is important to understand the strengths and weaknesses of a given disk solution and ensure that you are addressing all of the potential concerns and gaining all of the potential benefits.
Designing and Optimizing Storage in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment (part 1) - When Is the Right Time to Implement NAS and SAN Devices?
To understand how and when to use technologies such as NAS or SAN, it is important to understand what they are and what they offer. The technologies differ in how they are used and what advantages they provide. Many administrators assume that they need a SAN when often a NAS will suffice.
Engaging the SAP Solution Stack Vendors : General Sizing Best Practices and Approaches
Each mySAP component can be architected to take advantage of something called a three-tiered client/server architecture. Many years ago, SAP realized the advantages of separating the application’s logic from the database.
Engaging the SAP Solution Stack Vendors : Overview—The Sizing and Blueprinting Process
Sizing is all about translating business requirements into technical requirements, and then into a solution consisting of various technology components, which in turn are configured or “sized” for a particular set of customer-unique requirements.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Building checklists
The main principle behind checklists is that we have to create a main class, which represents the checklist itself and a number of SysCheckListItem item classes, which act as list items.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 : Working with Forms - Using tree controls
Frequent users should notice that some of the Dynamics AX forms have an option to switch to a tree layout. In some cases, especially when there are parent-child relations among records, it is a much clearer way to show the whole hierarchy as compared to a flat list.
Active Directory Domain Services 2008 : Transfer the Schema Master Role
Each Active Directory Domain Services forest has a single domain controller that is authoritative for the schema. This domain controller is called the schema master and is responsible for performing updates to the directory schema.
Active Directory Domain Services 2008 : Identify Operations Master Role Holders
Certain domain controllers, referred to as operations master role holders, have special roles installed. These roles are used for various tasks that require a single server to be authoritative for the given task.
Optimizing an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Properly Sizing Exchange Server 2007
The core components of Exchange Server (for example, the Information Stores, connectors, transaction logs, and more) have a direct bearing on gauging resource requirements. The number of users in a messaging environment and the various Exchange functions are equally influential.
Optimizing an Exchange Server 2007 Environment : Analyzing and Monitoring Core Elements
The capacity analysis and performance optimization process can be intimidating because there can be an enormous amount of data to work with.
SharePoint 2010 : Using Data Connection Libraries (part 1) - Connecting to Data Using Alternative Credentials & Configuring the Secure Store Service
One of the reasons for creating a central library of trusted data connections is to allow administrators to identify specific user credentials for each connection rather than using the Windows credentials of the calling user.
SharePoint 2010 : Using Data Connection Libraries (part 1) - Restricting Data Connection Types & Adding Connections to Data Connection Libraries
Excel services makes extensive use of caching, both in terms of the workbooks and the external data that’s used within them. If the expected error is not shown, it’s most likely because the workbook has been cached on the server.
 
 
 
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